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April 21, 2008 at 12:56 PM

Denbrock on Garcia: No real news yet

UW offensive line coach Mike Denbrock was just interviewed on KJR-AM by Dave “Softy” Mahler and said Husky center Juan Garcia was at the doctor’s office having his knee and ankle further examined. Denbrock said he hoped to know something definitive soon.
UW coaches will be available to the rest of us media in an hour or so and hopefully we’ll get something more then.
Denbrock sounded hopeful that it wasn’t soo serious but reiterated that he didn’t really know the prognosis.
He did say that he had a lot of confidence in Matt Sedillo should Garcia not be able to go this season though pointing out that there’s a reason one guy is a starter and the other is the backup. Sedillo is a sophomore who is listed as Garcia’s backup.
He also said he liked the confidence displayed by UW offensive coordinator Tim Lappano, who apparently said on another KJR show last week that he thinks the Husky offense can average 38 points a game next season. UW averaged 29.2 points per game last year — Oregon led the conference at 38.2.

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